Up to 120 jobs are below risk at engineering agency Doosan Babcock, with round 60 in danger in Scotland.
The firm, which employs greater than 5000 folks, stated it’s dealing with “extraordinarily difficult market situations”.
The majority of the 60 Scottish jobs are believed to be primarily based in Renfew, with others in danger in Crawley and West Sussex.
The announcement is unconnected to claims that DB meant to axe a whole lot of jobs in Grangemouth and Lanark.
Doosan Babcock chief government Andrew Colquhoun stated: “Doosan Babcock has proven sturdy underlying efficiency within the final 12 months however continues to face extraordinarily difficult market situations.
“To meet these challenges, guarantee a sustainable future for our staff and add worth to our clients, we’re endeavor this assessment of our organisational construction.
“Unfortunately it will end in some job losses and that is significantly troublesome for an organization which locations nice significance on our workers.
On Friday, the GMB union warned 350 jobs had been below risk at DB after the corporate filed for redundancies.
However, DB stated on Monday that the roles are short-term positions which haven’t been recruited for and no everlasting jobs can be misplaced. It is unclear why the agency selected to file a redundancy discover.
A Doosan Babcock spokesman stated: “The firm needs to make clear the information surrounding deceptive media stories over the previous few days regarding 350 redundancies to its workforce at Grangemouth and Levenseat.
“The assorted work undertaken by the corporate requires extra expert people to be recruited on a short-term foundation.
“This association is typical of our trade and all events are absolutely conscious of those preparations.”
Doosan Babcock specialises in offering engineering companies to the vitality trade.
It has seven websites across the UK, in addition to workplaces in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Scottish Economy Secretary Keith Brown stated: “The information of those potential job losses as a part of a UK-wide reorganisation at Doosan Babcock is disappointing and I do know it will likely be a blow to the Renfrewshire group.
“I’ve been in touch with Doosan Babcock this weekend and have requested Scottish Enterprise to proceed discussing the reorganisation plans with the corporate this week to make sure the Scottish Government and its companies are doing all they will to assist these affected.”
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